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  • Vitra Sphere Table
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    Vitra Sphere Table
    The Sphere Table was developed in conjunction with the redesign of the North Delegates Lounge at the United Nations' headquarters in New York. As part of a large-scale programme to renovate the building's interior, the project was led by Hella Jongerius, who created special furniture pieces for the lounge. The Sphere Table is the first of these pieces to enter production at Vitra. The Sphere Table combines a solid wood table with a large dome-shaped 'bubble' made of opalescent acrylic glass. The hemispherical screen can be attached to either the left or right side of the table, making it highly adaptable to individual needs. For this reason, the Sphere Table is ideal for the home office, where the bubble creates a private and sheltered space within a room. The Sphere Table combines a futuristic-looking sphere with the familiar archetype of a traditional table and thus makes a statement in any environment. Read more Features: Hemispherical shell and drawer bottom: dyed-through acrylic glass. Solid wood with oiled finish, natural oak. Metal elements: powder-coated steel, matched to shell color. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 47 Inches.
  • Vitra Gueridon Bas Table
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    Vitra Gueridon Bas Table
    About the Designer Jean Prouve France (1904 - 1984) Jean Prouvé, born 1901 in Paris, was trained as a metal artisan under Emile Robert, Enghien und Szabo in Paris. In 1924 he opened his own workshop in Nancy and began to produce his first furnishings made of formed sheet steel in 1925. He was a founding member of the Union des Artistes Modernes (UAM) in 1930. In the following year he established his own manufacturing firm, Les Ateliers Jean Prouvé. During the 1930s, the company produced numerous furniture designs, as well as some of the first prefabricated architectural elements, including components for the Maison du Peuple in Clichy (in collaboration with the architects Beaudoin and Lods), whose steel-and-glass structure attracted a great deal of attention. Due to the scarcity of steel during the Second World War, Prouvé constructed wood furniture and developed simple houses made out of prefabricated parts. Active in the French Résistance, Prouvé was elected mayor of Nancy after the city was liberated. He designed and constructed residential buildings for the homeless. In 1947 he established the Maxéville factory, a facility of 25,000 square meters in which furnishings, prefabricated homes and schools were produced by 200 employees. In order to meet the increasing demand for furniture, this division came under the direction of Steph Simon as a separate division with exclusive marketing rights in 1949. Due to disagreements with the majority shareholders, Jean Prouvé left the company in 1953. He designed and built his own residence in 1954. After working as head of the construction office of the Compagnie Industrielle de Matériel de Transport (CIMT) in Paris between 1957-68, Prouvé ran his own architectural consulting firm in Paris from 1968-84. He taught as professor at the Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) from 1957-70. As chairman of the jury for the Centre Pompidou architectural competition in 1971, he played a major role in selecting the design of Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. Between 1980-84, Prouvé again turned his attention to the further development of his furniture designs. He died in Nancy in 1984. In many of his works, Jean Prouvé achieved the goal of uniting functional requirements, the honest use of materials and economical concerns with the complex demands of mass production. Beginning in 2002, in close collaboration with the Prouvé family, Vitra has devoted itself to the re-edition of numerous designs by this great constructeur. In the early 1940s, Jean Prouvé began to work more extensively with wood. The Guerdon Bas table has a heavy top in oak veneer that rests on 3 solid oak legs. These elements are joined together by a construction made out of bent sheet metal. The Guerdon Bas is also available in dark stained oak, harking back to an original version made of tropical wood called 'Table Africaine'.Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 13.5 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: 31.5 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: 31.5 Inches.
  • Vitra Jasper Morrison Family A End Table
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    Vitra Jasper Morrison Family A End Table
    Turned natural cork. Model A. Jasper Morrison collection. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 13 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: 12.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: 12.25 Inches.
  • Vitra Isamu Noguchi End Table
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    Vitra Isamu Noguchi End Table
    Coated sheet aluminum. Hexagonal table top. Novel three-legged. Isamu Noguchi collection. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 14.75 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: 16.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: 16.25 Inches.
  • Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
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    Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
    Coffee Table is a stunning table designed by Isamu Noguchi, the prominant Japanese-American artist and landscape architect, in 1947. Created as part of a collaboration with the Herman Miller company, Noguchi named this his best work. Now reproduced under license by Vitra. A simple yet complex design, this is a feature table that will add style and character to any interior - a classic example of mid century design that is as relevant today as it was in the 40's. Shown in Black Ash, also available in Walnut and Maple.
  • Vitra Cone Side Table
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    Vitra Cone Side Table
    Originally designed in 1958 by Verner Panton the low Cone Table is a side table with a conical central leg and forms an ideal supplement to any funky armchairs. Available in 2 colours.
  • Vitra - Hexagonal Table
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    Vitra - Hexagonal Table
    Alexander Girard designed the Hexagonal Table, which is presented as re-edition by Vitra. The six-sides table from 1967 is as current as ever today. The most exceptional material used is a hexagonal table top out of polished aluminium. Alexander Girard, famous as big designer of fabrics, colours, patterns and textures, equipped it with a tree-dimensional triangle pattern, which is able to mirror the incoming light as geometric pattern on the walls. This specialty and the playful effect counteract the cool materiality of this piece, whose remarkably sprayed four-leg frame is also made of aluminium die casting. These qualities make the Vitra Hexagonal Table a special highlight in rooms, since curious glimpses are assured as well as when it was presented in the 1960s.
  • Vitra - Rise Table
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    Vitra - Rise Table
    The Vitra Rise Table is practical for every home. The decent shape of the small table doesn’t reveal its multi-functionality immediately. The round table top and the also round base make the Rise Table quietly suitable for every place, since the minimalistic shape made by Jasper Morrison is universal and adaptable. The central detail of the Rise Table is the name’s responsible height adjustment mechanism: The table top is continuously risable. The table top of the versatile Vitra table makes it suitable for many purposes with the heights between 47.5 and 66 cm: couch table, side table, serving table or small tray table. Vitra produces the Rise Table out of aluminium. The table top has a practical carrying handle, which makes the Rise Table a completed multifunctional, portable companion.
  • Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
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    Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    In the early 1940s Jean Prouve turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Gueridon Bas coffee table a sturdy top is positioned on three solid oak feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal construction. Materials: Solid oak with oiled finish. Natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut. Dimensions: Height 35cm x Diameter 80cm.
  • Vitra Prouvé Gueridon Bas Coffee Table
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    Vitra Prouvé Gueridon Bas Coffee Table
    Design Jean Prouvé, 1944. Solid wood, bent sheet metal. Made in Germany by Vitra. In the early 1940's, Jean Prouve turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Gueridon Bas coffee table, a sturdy top is positioned on three solid wood feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal (smooth finish) construction. Referencing a tropical wood version of the time entitled 'Table Africaine', this re-edition is available in your choice of three wood options. Jean Prouvé (1901-1984), architect, engineer and designer, was endeavored for using highly-developed technologies for metal processing to achieve innovative constructions and forms in his design and architecture work. He played a decisive part in developing construction techniques using light-weight prefabricated parts in architecture, making use, among other things, of insights from the airplane and automotive industry. In his Ateliers Jean Prouvé, the company he founded in 1947, he started not only producing light-weight components but also his own design drafts. 31.5" dia. | 13.5" h.
  • Vitra Prouvé Guéridon Table
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    Vitra Prouvé Guéridon Table
    Design Jean Prouvé, 1949. Solid wood, tubular steel strut. Made in Germany by Vitra. "Prouvé combines the soul of an engineer with that of an architect" -Le Corbusier. A table with distinctive and convincing structural clarity, Guéridon was designed by Prouvé for the University of Paris. Manufactured from individual pieces of solid wood with a veneer finish, it gives the impression of both sturdiness and lightness. This table is well suited for both the domestic setting and for the furnishing of cafés and restaurants. The Guéridon table is offered in two sizes and features an oiled solid wood; natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut top & base with smooth powder-coated tubular steel strut connectors. small table: 29.25" h | 35.5" dis. | base: 30" dia. large table: 29.25" h | 41.25" dia. | base: 34.75" dia.
  • Vitra - Prismatic Table
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    Vitra - Prismatic Table
    Noguchi's "Prismatic Table" is based on purely geometric forms. This novel three-legged side table with its hexagonal tabletop is made of folded sheet aluminium and was inspirerd by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques. Isamu Noguchi there designed a side table which could as well be presented as artwork in the middle of a room. Out of coated aluminium and without further ornamentation or colours, the table is exceptional but not obtrusive, functional and still simple: all in one a contemporaneous piece of minimalistic design.
  • Vitra Metal Side Tables
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    Vitra Metal Side Tables
    Designer: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec. Manufacturer: Vitra. Small Metal Side Table: H38cm / W31.5cm / D31.5cm. Medium Metal Side Table: H44.5cm / W40cm / D40cm. Large Metal Side Table: H35.5cm / W70cm / D31.5cm. Finish: White, Red or Aubergine. Material: Moulded & Welded Sheet Steel, Powder-coated With High Gloss.
  • Vitra Metal Side Tables
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    Vitra Metal Side Tables
    Design Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2004. Steel sheet, felt glides. Made in Germany by Vitra. The Metal side tables belong to that category of furniture, which, while not being the focal point of the fittings, is nonetheless indispensable in making them complete. Small, rather unassuming aids, they can be easily moved to other locations and used for a wide variety of purposes, performing a wide range of valuable services. Thanks to the harmony of their dimensions and the attractive formal contrast between slender table tops and voluminous, socle-like legs, they make an attractive addition wherever they stand. The two brothers, Ronan and Erwan, have been working together since 1999. Their collaboration is a constant dialogue, nourished by their single identities and strived towards a common goal. Today, the Bouroullec brothers work with numerous manufacturers such as Vitra, Cappellini, Issey Miyake, Magis, Ligne Roset, Habitat and the Kréo Gallery. They were named "Creator of the Year" in 2002, elected "designer of the year" in 2003 and have won multiple other awards. Their creations have been exhibited in many collective or solo exhibitions and are part of some permanent museum collections around the world. Each table is made from molded and welded sheet steel with a high gloss and powder coated finish in your choice of colors. Also available in an outdoor version (please call to order). small: 15" h | 12.5" w | 12.5" d. medium: 17.5" h | 15.75" w | 15.75" d. large: 14" h | 27.5" w | 12.5" d.
  • Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
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    Vitra - Metal Side Table Indoor
    With their balanced proportions and the attractive contrast between thin table-boards and socket-like voluminous frames, the Metal Side Tables by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec of the year 2004 look nice at many places and for many purposes. Their new colours are perfectly combinable with the inside and outside usable Waver Lounger , whose frame is available in the same colours. The Metal Side Tables count to the category of furniture that aren’t the focus of a furnished surrounding, but that are indispensable to fulfill just that one. As small, unobtrusive helpers, they fulfill a whole lot of valuable duties. They change their place easily and are usable for many different purposes. The Metal Side Tables, made out of unformed and welded steel sheets are high gloss polished and equipped with felt pads for the protection of your floor.
  • Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
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    Vitra - Eames Occasional Table LTR
    The side table Occasional Table LTR (Low Table Rod Base) was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1950 as small, variable side table and used by themselves in the Eames House. Today there are still a lot of small side tables, which - single or in a group - are decorated with things of the Eames collection in the Eames House. The Occasional Table LTR by Vitra is also available in a gold-plated edition.
  • Vitra Plate Rectangular Table
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    Vitra Plate Rectangular Table
    Design Jasper Morrison, 2004. Aluminum & tubular steel frame, brushed & waxed marble or MDF top. Made in Germany by Vitra. The Plate Table has a classically convincing shape that is attractive thanks to the marvellous interplay of soft curves and precise edges. Each table is offered with a white powder-coated die-cast aluminum and tubular steel frame with your choice of either a white MDF, chocolate MDF or brushed & waxed Carrara marble top. Jasper Morrison's objects provide a quiet contrast to the creative exuberance of the Eighties. The visual restraint, high functionalism and constructive simplicity attract attention to his work. The Plate collection is available in a variety of sizes. rectangular: 14.25" h | 15.75" w | 47.25" L.
  • Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
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    Vitra - Plywood Group CTM Table
    The CTM Table is a part of the Plywood Group, which the designer couple Charles and Ray Eames designed for Vitra in the 40s of the 20th century. CTM stands for "Coffee Table Metal" and is easily combined with the other Plywood-Group products. Because of its simple design, it fits in every ensemble. After various experiments to create a round coffee table, in 1946 Charles and Ray Eames came up with their "round coffee table with metal legs", a simple occasional table with a round plywood tabletop slightly raised at the edges and four slim tubular steel legs. The table goes well with the other designs in the Charles and Ray Eames Plywood Group. The meeting with the legendary designer couple Charles and Ray Eames was for Vitra a fundamental meaning: With the production of their designs in 1957 started the history of the manufacturer as a furniture producer. Charles and Ray Eames impressed Vitra a lot.
  • Vitra Plate Side Table
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    Vitra Plate Side Table
    Design Jasper Morrison, 2004. Aluminum & tubular steel, brushed & waxed marble or MDF top. Made in Germany by Vitra. The Plate Table has a classically convincing shape that is attractive thanks to the marvellous interplay of soft curves and precise edges. Each table is offered with a white powder-coated die-cast aluminum and tubular steel frame with your choice of either white MDF, chocolate MDF or brushed & waxed Carrara marble top. Jasper Morrison's objects provide a quiet contrast to the creative exuberance of the Eighties. The visual restraint, high functionalism and constructive simplicity attract attention to his work. The Plate collection is available in a variety of sizes. side table: 14.25" h | 15.75" w | 15.75" L.
  • Vitra LTR Occasional Table
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    Vitra LTR Occasional Table
    Designer: Charles + Ray Eames. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 25 cm. Width: 39.2 cm. Depth: 33.5 cm. Top Finish: Black HPL, White HPL or Gold Leaf. Base Finish: Chromed Steel Wire.
  • Vitra - NesTable
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    Vitra - NesTable
    Working with the laptop is possible everywhere thanks to the newest technologies. But sometimes the right furniture therefore is missing. The side table NesTable by Designer Jasper Morrison offers an easy and flexible solution. The surface of NesTable is height adjustable and it moreover ensures an ergonomic correct position while work on couches or lounge chairs. The NesTable by Vitra is available in different colours.
  • Vitra Plate Square Table
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    Vitra Plate Square Table
    Design Jasper Morrison, 2004. Aluminum & tubular steel frame, brushed & waxed marble or MDF top. Made in Germany by Vitra. The Plate Table has a classically convincing shape that is attractive thanks to the marvellous interplay of soft curves and precise edges. Each table is offered with a white powder-coated die-cast aluminum and tubular steel frame with your choice of either a white MDF, chocolate MDF or brushed & waxed Carrara marble top. Jasper Morrison's objects provide a quiet contrast to the creative exuberance of the Eighties. The visual restraint, high functionalism and constructive simplicity attract attention to his work. The Plate collection is available in a variety of sizes. 14.25" h | 27.5" w | 27.5" L.
  • Vitra - Nelson Tables
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    Vitra - Nelson Tables
    All George Nelson's designs reveal his loving attention to detail - as in the execution of this side table. Its downward sloping edges highlight the tabletop's birch veneer. The Nelson tables by Vitra out of the year 1960 are available in two different sizes and heights and are suitable for a wide variety of uses.
  • Vitra Verner Panton Cone Table
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    Vitra Verner Panton Cone Table
    Design Verner Panton, 1958. Stainless steel, wood, laminate. Made in Germany by Vitra. "Most people spend their lives living in dreary, beige conformity, mortally afraid of using colors. The main purpose of my work is to provoke people into using their imagination and make their surroundings more exciting." -Verner Panton. An ideal companion to the Cone chair or Heart chair, a low occasional table ideal for the domestic sphere. Tabletop coated in either white or black laminate with continuous plastic edging. Brushed stainless steel crossed base. 15.75" h | 31.75" dia | base: 29" dia.
  • Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
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    Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
    Low Table Rod Base (LTR) table, can be used as a side table in many different interiors. Charles and Ray Eames had several different versions of them in the Eames House. Even today there are many of these tables standing there, individually or in groups, decorated with objects from the Eames collection or simply acting as side table next to armchairs and sofas. Available in three different finishes: Black or white laminate, or gold leaf. Dimensions: Height 25cm Width 39cm Depth 34cm.
  • Vitra Cone Table
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    Vitra Cone Table
    Designer: Verner Panton. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 40.3 cm. Diameter: 80.7 cm. Colour: Black or White. Tabletop Finish: HPL & Wraparound Plastic Coated Edges. Base Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel.
  • Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
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    Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
    Designer: Isamu Noguchi. Manufacturer: Vitra. Height: 40 cm. Width: 128 cm. Depth: 93 cm. Top Finish: 19mm Heavy Glass. Wood Finish: Black Ash, Walnut or Maple.
  • Tray Table by George Nelson for Vitra
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    Tray Table by George Nelson for Vitra
    Tray Table boasts a simple elegance as well as refined structural elements. Thanks to its simple mechanism, which enables users to vary its height easily, and the asymmetry of its design, the table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes Tray Table a faithful companion in a large number of living situations. Collection Vitra Design Museum. Materials: Plywood tabletop, chromed tubular steel base. Dimensions: Height (adjustable) 495 to 695mm x Width 387mm x Depth 387mm.
  • Vitra - Cone Table
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    Vitra - Cone Table
    Cone as design element: The Cone Table designed by Verner Panton in 1958, is reduced to few geometric forms. Verner Panton was ahead of the times with his designs. Verner Panton was always famous for his designs, which surprise despite of the clear shapes. The Cone Table is one of these designs: Watched from above, it is a round couch table. From the sides however, the table by Vitra astonishes: The table board thereby lies on the tip and reminds us of a pushpin. The Cone Table was ahead of the time with the bribing clearness sin design. Vitra manufactures the Cone Table with a foot of stainless steel and a table top of HPL, with an all-surrounding plastic edge. One can only guess how futuristic and provocative the design "carried so far” impressed in the year of its launch in 1958. But it is a fact that the couch table made by Vitra looks gorgeous combined with the Panton Cone Chairs.
  • Vitra - Tray Table
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    Vitra - Tray Table
    Tray Table boasts a simple elegance as well as refined structural elements. Thanks to its simple mechanism, which enables users to vary its height easily, and the asymmetry of its design, the table can be placed directly next to an armchair, a sofa or even a bed. This makes Tray Table a faithful companion in a large number of living situations. More details: Design: George Nelson, 1949. Material: Plywood tabletop, chromed tubular steel base. Measurements: 495-695 x387 x 387 mm. Availablility: maple, black ash.
  • Gueridon Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
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    Gueridon Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    Prouve designed the Gueridon Table, with its particularly impressive structural clarity, for the University of Paris. This wooden table proves that modern tables do not have to be made of steel and glass and offers a variation on Prouve's standard formal language, with its architectural overtones, by using a natural material. Materials: Legs: solid oiled wood, tubular steel connection, black powder coated. Top: solid oiled wood - natural oak, smoked oak or american walnut. Dimensions: Height 74cm Diameter 90cm or 105cm.
  • EM Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
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    EM Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    At the beginning of the 1950s Prouve designed the EM Table for the Maison Tropique project. With every single detail governed by its construction, the table follows the aesthetics of necessity. It illustrates the force vectors and static connections in a way that is otherwise only familiar in the context of civil engineering works. Materials: Moulded sheet steel base, powder coated. Oak veneer table top, natural or impregnated dark, natural wood look lacquer. Dimensions: Height 72cm x Width 90cm. Two Lengths 200cm or 240cm.
  • Vitra Metal Side Table by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
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    Vitra Metal Side Table by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
    Low side table designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in 2004. The Metal Side Tables belong to that category of furniture, which, while not being the focal point of the fittings, is nonetheless indispensable in making them complete. Small, rather unassuming aids, they can be easily moved to other locations and used for a wide variety of purposes, performing a wide range of valuable services. Thanks to the harmony of their dimensions and the attractive formal contrast between slender table tops and voluminous legs, they make an attractive addition wherever they stand. Available in three sizes and a range of colour options. Materials: Moulded and welded sheet steel, high gloss and powder coated, felt glides. Dimensions: Small: 380 x 315 x 315 mm. Medium: 445 x 400 x 400 mm. Large: 355 x 700 x 315 mm.
  • Vitra - Coffee Table
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    Vitra - Coffee Table
    Noguchi himself described Coffee Table as his best furniture design, no doubt because it is extremely reminiscent of his bronze and marble sculptures of the time, translating the latter's biomorphic formal language unadulterated into a piece of sculptural furniture: glass tabletop resting on two identical wooden elements placed at right angles. Collection Vitra Design Museum, © The Isamu Noguchi Foundation. Also available in maple. More details: Design: Isamu Noguchi, 1944. Material: Varnished solid wood base, 19 mm glass top with rounded edges. Measurements: 400 × 1280 × 930 mm. Versions: black ash, walnut, maple.
  • Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
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    Vitra - Elliptical Table ETR
    This low coffee table with its elegant elliptical shape resembles a surfboard and was quickly given the nickname "surfboard table".With its double chromed base, the table formally references a theme repeatedly varied on by the Eames, namely that of shaped steel rods welded together to make a fixed, static structure. ETR = Elliptical Table Rod Base. More details: Design: Charles und Ray Eames,1951. Material: laminated table top, chromed base made of round bar steel. Measurements: 255 x 2267 x 746mm.
  • Vitra - Albula Sofa Table
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    Vitra - Albula Sofa Table
    Albula is a large and versatile sofa table from Vitra. Initially it was designed by Antonio Citterio complimenting his Suite Sofa family, but it is also suitable for already existing furnishings. The versatility from Albula is characterized by the unobtrusive but still peculiarly formal appearance, on the other side its emphasized warm, homely charisma, reminding us of the Mid Century design. The characteristic features from the table are its complex formed table board made of MDF with a linoleum layer on both sides and the elliptical, twisted against each other foot that consist of massive wood. The cut of the table board is not only optically attractive; it also offers a functional advantage: the up to the narrow sides rejuvenated table enables an easy access to the sofa and it still stays near enough to the user for a problem-less object-depositing.
  • Vitra - Hal table, round
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    Vitra - Hal table, round
    The round Hal table was created by Jasper Morrison as a part of the Hal collection for Vitra. It was planned as a fitting fulfill of the Hal chairs, but the simple table can also stand alone or in combination with other chairs without any problems. The solid Hal table from Vitra is stackable. So that the tables don’t damage each other when they are stacked, they possess small stoppers at the bottom of the tabletop. These ones avoid the direct contact to the single tabletops. Maximal five specimens of the round tables can be stacked over each other. The tabletop of the Hal table consists of solid-core material with a black border. The tabletop is available in white, black and grey. The under frame is chromed or it consists of stainless steel. With its different variants the table fulfills every kind of user demands. With its stainless steel under frame, the Hal table is also suitable for exterior areas. The simple round table fulfils the furniture of the Hal collection visually. For the collection, Jasper Morrison reinterpreted the classical shell chair. The Hal table complements the simple and multifunctional design, but it also suits perfectly to other furniture with its advantages.
  • Vitra - Plate Table
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    Vitra - Plate Table
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of "super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. The Plate Table by Vitra out of the year 2004 is available in different editions.
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